Vishwa Bharati Women's Welfare Institution represents its Logo with a Lotus Flower in the centre of a star surrounded by a circle with 'Matra Devo Bhava' and 'Kirti Shri Vaka Ch Narinama Smriti Medha Dhruti Khshma' written inside it. The circle is surrounded by Vishwa Bharati written on top and Truth, Goodness and Beauty on the lower side.
The word 'Vishwa Bharati' signifies that the whole World is one family i.e Vasudev Kutumbkam depicting that the whole World is woven into one thread only.
'Matra - Devo - Bava' written in the Logo conveys that woman as a mother commands respect even greater than the Gods.
An important Shalok from Bhagwad Gita in which Lord Krishna spreads that he is present in woman in the form of fame, fortune, wisdom, patience and progress depicting that the place of woman in India its culture and its education system.
The Lotus Flower is the symbol of knowledge although it grows in the mud but blooms facing the Sky having no signs of mud either on the Flower or its petals. This shows that knowledge like sunshine over shadows darkness due to ignorance and purifies the soul leading to self consciousness and self illustration. The flower in the emblem conveys that with such Knowledge the students of Vishwa Bharati get awakened so
The students of Vishwa Bharati should always follow the path of righteousness and truthfulness. They should always perform virtous deeds and strive for the preservation of God created ensure a healthy environment for future generations. They should always realize that in the end, truth wins and prevails by defeating falsehood.